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230 new Idaho COVID-19 cases Sunday – Local News 8 – LocalNews8.com

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IDAHO FALLS, Idaho (KIFI/KIDK) – Idaho officials reported 230 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday.

This brings the total confirmed and probable cases reported since March to 21,344.

There are a total of 20,067 confirmed cases and 1,277 probable cases in 42 of the 44 Idaho counties, according to numbers released from the local health districts and the state. See the chart below.

Southeastern Idaho Public Health only updates numbers Monday through Friday.

Eastern Idaho Public Health has not yet issued an update for Sunday. You can view more HERE.

EIPH COVID-19 risk level monitor has four categories: minimal, moderate, high and critical. Bonneville and Teton Counties are in the Moderate Risk Category.

Clark County, Custer County, Fremont County, Jefferson County, Lemhi County and Madison County are in the Minimal Risk Category.

You can view the order for mandatory face coverings and other restrictions in Bonneville County order HERE.

EIPH covers Bonneville, Clark. Custer, Fremont, Jefferson, Lemhi, Madison and Teton counties.

The hotspots so far this week were Canyon County, Ada County, Twin Falls County, Bonneville County and Jerome County.

The state is reporting there are 7,370 recovered COVID-19 cases.

The average age of Idahoans with COVID-19 is 38.6 years and ranges from 1 to 100 years of age. The data excludes 20 persons with unknown age.

The age group with the most cases is 18-29 with 6,584 cases.

The state said 18 new hospitalizations have been reported bringing the total number to 874, and 3 new cases have been admitted to the ICU bringing the total to 253.

The state is now reporting asymptomatic cases. There are 1,359 reported cases.

There are also 1,252 cases among health care workers.

No new deaths were reported leaving the total recorded deaths at 197.

State officials say 1 person died between the ages of 30 and 39, 3 people died between the ages 40 to 49, 5 people who died were between the ages of 50 to 59, 23 people were between the ages of 60 and 69, 45 people were between the ages of 70 and 79, and 120 people were 80+.

94.1% of deaths with known race were White. 1.1% of deaths with known race were Asian. 1.6% of deaths with known race were Black or African American, 1.6% American Indian/Alaska Native and 1.6% were “Other race/multiple races.” The race category for 9 deaths is pending.

88.8% of deaths with known race were Non-Hispanic. 11.2% of deaths with known ethnicity were Hispanic. The ethnicity for 9 deaths is pending.

COVID-19 in Idaho

Public Health District County Cases Probable Deaths
Central District Health Ada
Elmore
Valley
Boise
7571
195
44
31
470
6
3
7
60
3
1
1
South Central Public Health District Blaine
Twin Falls
Jerome
Lincoln
Cassia
Gooding
Minidoka
Camas
554
1091
376
46
428
122
401
1
15
124
50
6
48
15
32
0
6
31
6
0
1
1
2
0
Eastern Idaho Public Health Bonneville
Teton
Madison
Jefferson
Custer
Fremont
Lemhi
Clark
603
48
107
117
7
50
12
2
125
4
28
20
0
9
1
0
2
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
Southeastern Idaho Public Health Bannock
Bingham
Caribou
Power
Franklin
Bear Lake
Oneida
323
208
29
47
39
12
10
17
4
1
2
6
0
0
2
2
0
0
0
0
0
Panhandle Health District Kootenai
Bonner
Boundary
Benewah
Shoshone
1567
147
33
51
74
11
5
0
0
0
8
0
0
0
1
Public Health – Idaho North Central District Nez Perce
Idaho
Latah
Clearwater
Lewis
115
29
70
14
0
15
0
8
1
0
19
0
0
0
0
Southwest District Health Canyon
Gem
Payette
Owyhee
Adams
Washington
4696
141
302
216
17
177
173
11
28
18
1
13
37
0
2
1
0
2
TOTAL 20,067 1,277 197

Below are the details released by the Idaho Division of Public Health. These numbers are updated after 5 p.m. daily based on surveillance system records provided by health districts. Local public health districts may be announcing cases of COVID-19 that are not reflected in the state’s numbers. These numbers are preliminary and subject to change.

You can view the state’s data here.

You can view the latest Coronavirus Coverage here.

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